Next Generation Technology-Enhanced Assessment has now been published in a paperback edition. Whether you are seeking to align your organizational culture and workforce with shifting business priorities, moving your assessment and development processes online given our current social-distancing constraints, or even preparing for a post-pandemic applicant surge – the topics explored in this seminal work have never been more timely.
This book explores the issues and opportunities associated with the prolific use of technology driven solutions, which have recently begun evolving from being the “the new normal” to quickly becoming an absolute business requirement for most organizations. The themes and issues that arise as this broad treatment unfolds have never been more timely and provide an essential foundation for students, researchers, and professionals who are involved with the assessment of human capability and potential in organizational and workplace contexts.
Global Perspectives on Occupational and Workplace Testing
John C. Scott, APTMetrics
Dave Bartram, CEB-SHL
Douglas H. Reynolds, DDI
Seymour Adler, Anthony Boyce, Pat Caputo, John Weiner, David Foster, Ian Necus, Tami Licht, Emily Stehura, Dragos Iliescu, Steve Addicott, Tracy Kantrowitz, Sara L. Gutierrez, Mike Zickar, Fritz Drasgow, Julie Olson-Buchanan, Rich Cober, Steve Hall, Ben Hawkes, Iva Cek, Charles Handler, Iain Coyne, Dave Bartram, Rodney Lowman, Doug H. Reynolds, John C. Scott
2017, and just released in paperback in 2020
The use of technology for workplace and occupational testing blossomed in the early years of this century. This book offers a demonstration that the first generation of these technologies have now been implemented long enough to observe the patterns and issues that emerge when these approaches evolve through technical advancement and successive application. A new set of issues and opportunities has emerged and the next generation of these applications is now coming of age.
This book reflects on the last few decades of this evolutionary process from a vantage point of global experience across a wide range of workplace applications, including employment selection, development, and occupational certification. The themes and issues that arise as this broad treatment unfolds provide an essential foundation for students, researchers, and professionals who are involved with the assessment of human capability and potential in organizational and workplace contexts.
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